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After Ebola, WHO to develop 'surge capacity'
Reuters UK

After Ebola, WHO to develop 'surge capacity'

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday it will create a contingency fund and an emergency workforce to respond quickly to crises after strong criticism of the agency's delay in confronting the Ebola epidemic. ... Reuters UK, 4 hours ago
WHO promises contingency fund for crises after Ebola outbreak Mail & Guardian Online, 4 hours ago
WHO 'caught napping on Ebola tragedy' Gulf Daily News, 7 hours ago
Pakistan Today

Global health expert discusses WHO shortcomings

Charles Clift a global health security analyst at Chatham House and author of a report on reforming the World Health Organisation (WHO) discusses the shortcomings of the UN body. The post appeared first on Middle East North Africa Magazine ...
 MENA Magazine18 hours ago Improvement in primary and secondary health sectors discussed  Daily Times2 days ago Health ministry will avert strikes Minister  Nigeria Punch2 days ago Address by Minister Paradis: "Private Sector in Global Health Security" Round Table at the World Economic Forum  Noodls3 days ago

Maldives assumes Chair of the Executive Board of the World Health Organization

01 hour 23 mins ago Enacting laws without discussion bad for democracy, says President Pranab Mukherjee ‹ › shamin Expected time to read : 4 mins,8secs At the Special Session of the Executive Board of the World Health Organization that ...
 Miadhu News4 hours ago
Irish Independent

We botched response to Ebola, says World Health Organisation

The World Health Organisation has proposed reforms that could overhaul its structure after botching the response to the biggest-ever Ebola outbreak, a sluggish performance that experts say cost thousands of lives. Several dozen of the WHO's member ...
 Irish Independent10 hours ago WHO mulls reforms to repair reputation after bungling Ebola  Business Standard1 day ago W.H.O. discussing botched response  The Witness9 hours ago

Dog bites revive fears

Two recent episodes of dogs biting people has revived fears about the danger of such injuries. The World Health Organisation (WHO) says a dog bite is one of the most painful injuries that could be inflicted on a human being and could lead to ...
 Look Local9 hours ago
Times of Oman

Deadly disease unit in Oman calls for more help

Muscat: In a world with killer diseases such as Ebola, the Mers coronavirus and H1N1, health officials dedicated to keeping Muscat safe from infectious diseases have called for more help and increased funding. Advanced facilities and dedicated ...
 Times of Oman21 hours ago Ebola killed 6,841, infected 18,464 so far: WHO  Prokerala1 month ago
India Today


The World Leprosy Day 2015 logo. Photo credit: Today is World Leprosy Day and the World Health Organisation (WHO) is reflecting on the progress madeand reaffirms its commitment to supporting patients with leprosy in ...
 Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation6 hours ago Making Bangladesh a leprosy-free country  Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago 'When India and the US work together, both our countries, and the world, are more secure'  India Today2 days ago A Richer World... but for whom?  BBC5 days ago

WHO 'too slow' with Ebola

The World Health Organisation has admitted it was too slow to respond to the Ebola outbreak, and has set out plans for reform. At an emergency meeting in Geneva, director-general Margaret Chan warned over complacency, after more than 8,500 people ...
 PoliticsHome8 hours ago WHO admits significant failings in Ebola response  MENA Magazine17 hours ago WHO chief admits significant failings in Ebola response  Al Jazeera16 hours ago UN reports significant drop in Ebola cases  Rediff.com4 days ago
Christian Today

WHO on Ebola: Never again should world be caught by surprise

Health worker and Ebola survivor from Sierra Leone Rebecca Johnson cries after addressing the media during a special meeting on Ebola at the WHO headquarters in Geneva, January 25, 2015. — Reuters pic GENEVA, Jan 25 — The World Health ...
 Malay Mail21 hours ago Sierra Leone emergency anti-malaria drive reaches 2.5m people HEALTH days ago Sierra Leone ends Ebola bonuses for health workers  The Gulf Today3 days ago South Africa sends health personnel to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone  Ghana News Agency4 days ago

CEO Weekends: Partnership Expands ICT Support for Ebola Fight in West Africa

600 SHARES Ebola, which has killed more than 8,600 people according the World Health Organization is still a problem in West Africa. But a number of organisation, including NetHope, Facebook, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Cisco, ...
 TechMoran2 days ago HAND PROTECTION IN HEALTHCARE ITS GLOVES….BUT NOT AS WE KNOW IT  Care Nursing Magazine2 hours ago Ebola death toll climbs to 6,583  Business Standard1 month ago Two dead from Ebola-like Lassa fever in Benin: officials  Business Standard2 months ago
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